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Wyman Living History Museum: Thank you

To the editor:

The Wyman Living History Museum would like to thank Brothers Custom Processing for generously donating all the meat for the barbecue to be held July 19 during the Cast and Blast and grand opening of the archery range. We would like to thank the Northwest Colorado Outfitters Association for cooking and providing lunch, not only for this event but all the previous cast and blast events, as well. Sincere gratitude goes out to Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Mike Swaro for all the hard work leading up to the creation of the archery range (located at the Wyman Museum) and for the Cast and Blast event. Thank you,
Colowyo Coal, Trapper’s Mine, Rummel Chiropractic, Colorado Northwest Redi Mix and Jason Weeldreyer, Anson Excavating, Cabela’s and Axia as well as all the volunteers who have donated to make the archery range available for the community and the Cast and Blast.
The Wyman Museum is thrilled to host these activities for our community!

Wyman Living History Museum


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